Hello Everyone! Today I am sharing my space with Katie from The Casual Craftlete. She is one amazing gal and I am always drooling over her mouth-watering recipes and adore her super cute crafts. Welcome on the team, Katie!
Hey there! My name is Katie and I am the blogger behind The Casual Craftlete. I am a wife and stay at home mom to our three year old daughter.I started blogging last July to give myself a creative outlet. Some of the things you will find me sharing are easy diy/craft projects, yummy recipes (mostly sweet treats)and my running journey and weight loss. That’s where my name came from:Craft and Athlete. Everything I do is quick, easy and simple since I spend most of my day chasing around my daughter.
Today I am sharing a really simple Cashew
Butter Cookie recipe!
One of my all time favorite cookies to
make are peanut butter cookies. There’s only four
ingredients and they turn out perfect every time. Now a days, there are
a lot of popular nut butters on the shelves like almond and cashew. So,
I thought I would use the same recipe as my peanut butter cookies and
use cashew butter instead. Have you tried any of them?
I have made my own homemade peanut butter before and next on my list is
cashew butter. For this recipe I used Jif. Cashew butter is a lot
softer than peanut butter, so the consistency is slightly smoother. The
cookies are delicious! Oh my goodness…you can really taste the
cashews. I can honestly say cashews are my favorite nuts and these
might be my new favorite cookie.
- 1 cup cashew butter. You can use creamy or crunchy. I prefer creamy.
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 egg
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a large baking sheet with non- stick cooking spray
- In a large mixing bowl, combine the cashew butter, sugar, egg and vanilla. Stir well with a spatula or spoon
- Roll the dough into balls the size of walnuts
- Place the balls on the greased cookie sheet. With a fork, dipped in the sugar to prevent sticking, press a crisscross design on each cookie
- Bake for 10 to 12 minutes
- Remove from oven and sprinkle the cookies with sugar
- Cool Slightly before removing from pan
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These cookies look amazing! And look at these cookie bars. I told ya, she is great!
Have a lovely day,Friends!